Details of the international environmental treaties to which the UK Overseas Territories are bound are publicly available through the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website:
Texts of the treaties to which the UK is party can be found on the same website at:
The text of the one environmental treaty to which the Overseas Territories are bound but the UK is not party can be found through the UN website at:
The following projects were funded from the Overseas Territories Environment Programme in
Establishing a botanical garden
Increasing Montserrat's capacity to manage protected areas and conserve biodiversity
Environmental education project
Economic valuation of Centre Hills
Strengthening capacity for species action planning
Conservation and Environmental Management Act implementation
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species implementation
Somerset Long Bay Nature Reserve restoration, enhancement and long-term management plan
Development of Species and Habitat Recovery Plans, and Capacity Building for Implementation
Environmental education and woodland conservation
Develop and populate map-based interactive global biodiversity information dissemination for Bermuda
Habitat and native species restoration in Bermuda National Trust nature reserves
Saltus Island Project
Bermuda environmental evaluation
Development of an invasive species action plan for Bermuda.
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This DFID-funded project is managed by the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC).
It is expected that by the end of the project the five UK Overseas Territories in the Caribbean (Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, Cayman, Montserrat and Turks and Caicos Islands) will have developed national climate change adaptation strategies and public awareness and outreach programmes, and initiated the implementation of these.
It is also expected that each participating territory will have developed the capacity to engage with regional and international climate change programmes, and to benefit from and contribute to the work of the relevant regional institutions.
This information is publicly available through the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website at:
and also on the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change website: